Annual Reports of the Railroad Corporations in the State of Massachusetts

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1851-1856 include: Abstract of the returns of railroad corporations.
 

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Page 87 - California, party of the second part, Witnesseth that: Whereas, The said party of the second part...
Page 106 - To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in General Court assembled.
Page 15 - That a toll be and hereby is granted and established, for the sole benefit of said corporation, upon all passengers and property of all descriptions which may be conveyed or transported upon said road, at such rates per mile as may be agreed upon and established from time to time by the directors of said corporation.
Page 88 - And the said party of the second part doth hereby covenant and agree, with said party of the first part, for the use of the road and buildings as aforesaid, to pay the sum of nine hundred dollars per year, said payment to be made on the first day of April in each year hereafter, during the continuance of this contract, to the Treasurer of the West Stockbridge Rail-road Corporation, at his office in the village of West Stockbridge.
Page 91 - Railroad Corporation as aforesaid. And it is further understood and agreed between the parties hereto, that this instrument shall be construed to grant to the party of the second part, only such rights and privileges, and such part of the road and buildings as are not granted to the Berkshire Rail-road Corporation by the contract aforementioned, dated Feb. 6...
Page 69 - Salisbury, and made oath that the statement above by them subscribed, is true, according to their best knowledge and belief. Before me, JOHN GREEN, Justice of the Peace.
Page 10 - SECT. 2. Said company are hereby authorized to contract with the Cambridge Railroad Company, or any railroad that may enter upon or connect with said Cambridge Railroad, to do and perform all the transportation of persons and freight upon and over such railroads, upon such terms and conditions as may be mutually agreed upon by the parties.
Page 60 - Bayley, and made oath that the foregoing report by them subscribed, was true according to the best of their knowledge and belief. Before me, EDW.
Page 88 - Railroad, personally appeared and made oath that the foregoing report by them respectively subscribed, is true, according to their best knowledge and belief. Before me, ELLIS AMES, Justice of the Peace.

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